We ignite opportunity by delivering, not just packages but experience too.
Zapp was founded in the middle of the mass pandemic, and it started as a way to tap a button to get packages delivered and now it has led to hundreds of moments of human connection as people around the city wants to deliver their packages in all kinds of places, in all kinds of ways with Zapp.
Zapp was born in the middle of a mass pandemic. The impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) was being felt by all businesses around the world. Leaders were navigating a broad range of interrelated issues that span from keeping their employees and customers safe, shoring-up cash and liquidity, reorienting operations, and navigating complicated business developments.
The rise of smartphones, the emergence of app stores, and the desire for on-demand work during the pandemic revved-up Zapp’s growth and created an entirely new standard of consumer convenience & experience. What began as
“Tap a button, get it delivered” has become something much more profound: we’ve got future potential prospects of ride-sharing; food delivery and e-wallets etc.
Of course, at the beginning getting from one point to another, we didn’t get everything right. Some of the attributes that is making Zapp (as a startup) sustain in the market —a strong sense of entrepreneurship, our willingness to take risks in the middle of a pandemic and actually execute it, and that notorious Zapp hustle—led to where we are now.
Our continued effort will come from cosmic execution and the strength of the platform we have worked so hard to build. Our network is slowly growing and represents one of the city’s most versatile platforms in logistics market. Our tech and operation teams are solving some of the most difficult problems at the intersection of the physical and digital worlds.